St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah

Visiting Savannah for St. Patrick’s day? Below is a list of things to do and places you’ll want to check out. If this is your first time, you are definitely in for an eye opening experience!

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

With over 400,000 visitors in Savannah, the St. Patrick’s Day parade is ranked #3 largest in the US! There are several places you can sit and enjoy the parade, but you’ll want to arrive early in order to secure a decent spot. This year, the parade will be held on Tuesday, March 17th from 10:15am to 2pm.

For more information about the parade, click HERE.

St. Patrick’s Day Festival

This year, the festival will be held March 13th & 14th starting at 10am till midnight. If you plan on participating in the festivities and day drinking all over downtown, be sure to get a wristband. They are $10 each day and can be purchased at several booth throughout downtown, River Street and City Market. If you don’t, you could face a fine of more than $50.

There will also be live entertainment and activities as well as, artists, photo booths and a food court.

For more information, click HERE.

Greening of the fountain at Forsyth Park

It is tradition in Savannah to dye all of the fountains green, but they start with Forsyth first. Every year the city dyes the fountain green and hosts a ceremony. This year, the ceremony will take place on March 6th from 12 to 1pm at Forsyth park.

For more information, click HERE.

Irish Restaurants and Bars

Molly MacPheron’s Pub & Grill – check out their menu and drinks HERE.

McDonoughs of Savannah – check out their menu and drinks HERE.

O’Connells Irish Pub – for more information, click HERE.

Whether this is your first time or your fifth time celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah, you are sure to have an amazing experience that you will hopefully remember!

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